The Carolyn Ogburn NC Archive Page


Carollyn Ogburn

Carolyn Ogburn lives in the mountains of Western North Carolina where she takes on a variety of worldly topics from the quiet comfort of her porch. Her writing can be found in the Asheville Poetry Review, the Potomac Review, the Indiana Review, and more. A graduate of Oberlin Conservatory and NC School of the Arts, she writes on literature, autism, music, and disability rights. She is completing an MFA at Vermont College of Fine Arts, and is at work on her first novel.



It’s All Signal: Review of Nell Zink’s Nicotine

The Fatal Problem | Review of Ben Lerner’s The Hatred of Poetry

Review of Haruki Murakami’s Absolutely on Music: Conversations with Seiji Ozawa

Abandonment Begets Abandonment: Review of Melissa Febos’ Abandon Me



Diversity, Politics & Music: Interview with Brazilian Composer Camilo Carrara

Random Walks: Interview with Composer Ivan Seng

Music in the Anthropocene: Interview with Composer Nathan Currier

On Music & The Sublime: Interview with Composer Eric Moe